Thrustmaster T-16000m fcs

AED AED 349.00
AED 349.00
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Description
  • 4 Independent Axes & 16 Buttons
  • Fully Ambidextrous Joystick
  • Wide Hand Rest & Weighted Base
  • Ergonomic Trigger
  • T.A.R.G.E.T Programming Software
  • Windows Compatible
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Specifications

Manufacturer
Thrustmaster
Warranty
N/A

Details

The T.16000M FCS Flight Stick from Thrustmaster is a joystick designed for playing flight simulation games in VR and non-VR environments. It includes multiple hardware and software features to assist you with a smoother and more accurate experience, while placing multiple commands at your fingertips so you can traverse the skies with ease. Moreover, the joystick features removable parts so you can use it left- or right-handed.

H.E.A.R.T (HallEffect AccuRate Technology)
The T.16000M FCS joystick utilizes H.E.A.R.T (HallEffect AccuRate Technology) with 16-bit resolution for pinpoint accuracy. Built-in magnets provide friction-free action that won't decrease over time while a helical spring inside the stick provides firm, linear, and smooth tension. Furthermore, three removable components make the joystick fit for both right- and left-handed use.

Ergonomic Design
Designed for optimum comfort and precision, the T.16000M FCS joystick is built with a wide hand rest for reduced stress and a weighted base for enhanced stability.

T.A.R.G.E.T Programming Software
With the T.A.R.G.E.T programming software, you can program up to 256 buttons on the joystick (buttons merged from keyboard and mouse). Additionally, Thrustmaster Advanced Programming Graphical Editor software lets you combine other Thrustmaster devices, so that they are recognized as a single USB device, and load or create specific mapping profiles for each game.

Controls
Braille-style physical buttons for easy identification.
12 buttons on the base and 4 on the stick.
One 8-way Point of View hat switch.
4 independent axes, including twist rudder (controlled by rotating the stick).
Switch allowing users to configure the 12 buttons located on the base in a left- or right-handed position.
Ergonomic trigger for brake (civilian flight) or rapid fire (military flight, space simulation) control.